A few months ago, I received my first Stitch Fix and I LOVED it. Not only did I enjoy getting a mysterious package (who doesn’t right?), but it was fun to see what items were in the box. I loved the experience so much that I decided to schedule a 2nd Fix just in time for winter.
This is only my 2nd Fix, but I feel like my stylist has already gotten a great handle on my sense of style. This time, she sent me lots of items that were fairly basic and simple, but they all had little details that made them unique.
If you don’t already know, Stitch Fix is a personal style service! After filling out a style profile, you get paired with a stylist who selects clothing items to send to your home. After you receive your Fix in the mail, you get to try on all the items and select what you’d like to keep. Just send back whatever you don’t want (postage paid!). If you’re looking for a fun and unique holiday gift for the clothing-obsessed friend in your life, this is it! Or, you could put it on your own wishlist 😉
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Market & Spruce Damien Elbow Patch Cable Knit Cardigan – $58 – Returned
The cable knit detail on this sweater was gorgeous. I loved how warm and toasty it was. Unfortunately, the sweater was much too large on me. It has elbow patches on it, but they sat almost at my wrists! Because of that, I sent this cardigan back.
Market & Spruce Dollie Tie Back Neck Knit Top – $54 – Kept
This top. When I put it on, the heavens sang. My favorite thing about this top is the fit; it’s loose and flowy, plus it has 3/4 length sleeves – everything I love! Also, the unique tie back detail is perfect. I love how it adds a little something extra to an otherwise basic piece. I’ll definitely be getting a lot of wear out of this versatile top!
Papermoon Kualo Bow Back Knit Top – $44 – Returned
I loved the bow back detail of this top. It was so cute! If it were made in a solid color or heathered pattern, I would’ve definitely kept it. However, the colors and pattern did not suit my personal style, so I sent it back.
Octavia Bolton Plaid Scarf – $34 – Returned
This scarf was super warm and comfortable. However, it reminded me of my $7 blanket scarves from Target. After seeing the $34 price tag on this one, I decided it just wasn’t worth it.
Market & Spruce Cotulla Button Back Sweater – $58 – Returned
This sweater didn’t do much for me. I liked the speckled navy and white color, but it was a little too chunky for my taste. I had the same elbow patch issue as I did with the cardigan above. Also, I could imagine the back buttons being an issue; I have a terribly bony back, so I could imagine the buttons becoming painful when leaning back in a chair.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the pieces in my 2nd Fix. Tell me, which items would you have kept?
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